Art Gallery Talk
Tuesday, November 13, 2018 | 1:30pm - 2:30pm
William Snow worked in advertising and graphic design for over 40 years, during which time he painted on and off in watercolor. Since retiring to Palmyra in 2013, he now paints full time. Join this award-winning artist for a discussion of his paintings currently on display in The Center's lobby. Free and open to the community.
Born in 1947, William Snow is a native of White Plains, New York.
He also lived for many years in both Colorado and New Jersey. He
is married with two children and four grandchildren. Bill and his wife
Christie retired to Palmyra, Virginia in 2013.
Mr. Snow has been involved in art almost his entire life, He attended
the University of Arizona where he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts
degree in 1969. He subsequently worked in the fields of advertising
and graphic design for over 40 years. During this time he painted
on and off in watercolor, a medium he finds both challenging and
rewarding. Since retiring, Bill now paints full time. His paintings are
essentially representational in style and include landscapes, still
lifes, wildlife, and occasional figures.
Works by Mr. Snow have won several awards and can be found in
a number of private collections around the country. He has exhibited
in the Central Virginia Watercolor Guild Annual Exhibition, the Virginia
Waterolor Society Show, the Rocky Mountain National Watermedia
Exhibition and the American Watercolor Society Annual Show. All of
these are juried exhibitions.
He is a member of the Fluvanna County Art Association, the Central
Virginia Watercolor Guild, the Virginia Watercolor Society and is an
associate member of the American Watercolor Society.
Open to all.
For more information about Mr. Snow or specific inquiries regarding
his work, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call